November 21, 2019

Enrolled in 30x500

Sean Crowe @crowe

Since we are 100% focused on building an email list, we went right to the experts and decided to invest in this. If you don't know @amyhoy and @alexhillman's course 30x500, it is the go-to source for building content and community driven businesses.

So far, I've completed the first half of the course which is all about learning how to create perfect content and start collecting emails. It's a commitment, but it's exactly the process I need. We'll see how it goes from here!

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